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74-75VanCan

1974-75 Vancouver Canucks

1974–75 Vancouver Canucks · NHL
Smythe Division Champions
Division 1st Smythe
Conference 4th Campbell
1974–75 record 38-32-10 (86 points)
Home record 23-12-5
Road record 15-20-5
Goals for 271
Goals against 254
General Manager Phil Maloney
Coach Phil Maloney
Captain Vacant
Alternate captains Unknown
Arena Pacific Coliseum
Average attendance 15,630
Team leaders
Goals Don Lever (38)
Assists Andre Boudrias (62)
Points Andre Boudrias (78)
Penalties in minutes Tracy Pratt (145)
Wins Gary Smith (32)
Goals against average Gary Smith (3.09)

The 1974–75 Vancouver Canucks season was the team's 5th in the NHL. With a realignment of the teams in the NHL, the Canucks left the East Division and joined the newly formed Smythe Division. The Canucks won their first division title under this new alignment, and as a result reached the playoffs for the first time. The Canucks earned a first round bye and played in the quarter-finals against the Montreal Canadiens; the Canucks lost 4 games to 1.

This season also marked the first, and as of 2010, the only season in which the Canucks played without a team captain.

Regular seasonEdit

Final standingsEdit

Smythe Division
GP W L T GF GA Pts
Vancouver Canucks 80 38 32 10 271 254 86
St. Louis Blues 80 35 31 14 269 267 84
Chicago Black Hawks 80 37 35 8 268 241 82
Minnesota North Stars 80 23 50 7 221 341 53
Kansas City Scouts 80 15 54 11 184 328 41

Game logEdit

No. R Date Score Opponent Record
1TOctober 9, 19743–3 Atlanta Flames (1974–75) 0–0–1
2LOctober 12, 19743–5 St. Louis Blues (1974–75) 0–1–1
3WOctober 15, 19746–4 @ St. Louis Blues (1974–75) 1–1–1
4TOctober 16, 19741–1 @ Minnesota North Stars (1974–75) 1–1–2
5WOctober 19, 19745–4 @ Toronto Maple Leafs (1974–75) 2–1–2
6WOctober 20, 19741–0 @ New York Rangers (1974–75) 3–1–2
7LOctober 22, 19742–3 Minnesota North Stars (1974–75) 3–2–2
8WOctober 25, 19745–3 Kansas City Scouts (1974–75) 4–2–2
9LOctober 26, 19742–3 Philadelphia Flyers (1974–75) 4–3–2
10WOctober 29, 19747–0 Detroit Red Wings (1974–75) 5–3–2
11WNovember 1, 19747–4 Pittsburgh Penguins (1974–75) 6–3–2
12WNovember 5, 19742–1 New York Rangers (1974–75) 7–3–2
13WNovember 7, 19746–4 @ Kansas City Scouts (1974–75) 8–3–2
14LNovember 9, 19743–4 @ Montreal Canadiens (1974–75) 8–4–2
15WNovember 10, 19744–2 @ Detroit Red Wings (1974–75) 9–4–2
16WNovember 12, 19741–0 Chicago Black Hawks (1974–75) 10–4–2
17TNovember 15, 19742–2 Los Angeles Kings (1974–75) 10–4–3
18WNovember 16, 19745–2 Toronto Maple Leafs (1974–75) 11–4–3
19WNovember 19, 19746–3 St. Louis Blues (1974–75) 12–4–3
20WNovember 21, 19744–3 @ Philadelphia Flyers (1974–75) 13–4–3
21TNovember 23, 19743–3 @ New York Islanders (1974–75) 13–4–4
22LNovember 24, 19744–7 @ Boston Bruins (1974–75) 13–5–4
23LNovember 26, 19743–4 @ Kansas City Scouts (1974–75) 13–6–4
24WNovember 27, 19746–1 @ St. Louis Blues (1974–75) 14–6–4
25WNovember 30, 19743–0 New York Islanders (1974–75) 15–6–4
26WDecember 3, 19746–5 Minnesota North Stars (1974–75) 16–6–4
27WDecember 6, 19747–5 Atlanta Flames (1974–75) 17–6–4
28LDecember 8, 19742–4 @ Detroit Red Wings (1974–75) 17–7–4
29WDecember 10, 19743–0 California Golden Seals (1974–75) 18–7–4
30WDecember 12, 19745–3 @ Buffalo Sabres (1974–75) 19–7–4
31TDecember 14, 19742–2 @ Kansas City Scouts (1974–75) 19–7–5
32LDecember 15, 19742–4 @ Chicago Black Hawks (1974–75) 19–8–5
33WDecember 17, 19744–2 Washington Capitals (1974–75) 20–8–5
34LDecember 20, 19741–6 Montreal Canadiens (1974–75) 20–9–5
35WDecember 22, 19746–4 @ California Golden Seals (1974–75) 21–9–5
36LDecember 26, 19741–5 @ Los Angeles Kings (1974–75) 21–10–5
37WDecember 28, 19746–4 Boston Bruins (1974–75) 22–10–5
38LJanuary 1, 19750–2 Philadelphia Flyers (1974–75) 22–11–5
39LJanuary 4, 19753–4 @ Pittsburgh Penguins (1974–75) 22–12–5
40LJanuary 5, 19752–6 @ New York Rangers (1974–75) 22–13–5
41LJanuary 8, 19754–6 @ Toronto Maple Leafs (1974–75) 22–14–5
42LJanuary 9, 19751–5 @ Boston Bruins (1974–75) 22–15–5
43LJanuary 12, 19751–5 @ Buffalo Sabres (1974–75) 22–16–5
44LJanuary 15, 19751–2 @ Chicago Black Hawks (1974–75) 22–17–5
45LJanuary 17, 19752–4 Buffalo Sabres (1974–75) 22–18–5
46LJanuary 18, 19752–3 New York Rangers (1974–75) 22–19–5
47WJanuary 23, 19753–2 @ Washington Capitals (1974–75) 23–19–5
48WJanuary 24, 19754–1 @ Atlanta Flames (1974–75) 24–19–5
49WJanuary 26, 19756–4 Toronto Maple Leafs (1974–75) 25–19–5
50LJanuary 28, 19751–3 Montreal Canadiens (1974–75) 25–20–5
51WFebruary 1, 19755–2 Washington Capitals (1974–75) 26–20–5
52LFebruary 4, 19752–3 Pittsburgh Penguins (1974–75) 26–21–5
53WFebruary 7, 19753–1 Chicago Black Hawks (1974–75) 27–21–5
54WFebruary 11, 19754–0 Kansas City Scouts (1974–75) 28–21–5
55WFebruary 14, 19755–4 Detroit Red Wings (1974–75) 29–21–5
56TFebruary 15, 19753–3 Atlanta Flames (1974–75) 29–21–6
57LFebruary 18, 19751–3 Boston Bruins (1974–75) 29–22–6
58WFebruary 21, 19754–1 @ New York Islanders (1974–75) 30–22–6
59LFebruary 22, 19751–4 @ Minnesota North Stars (1974–75) 30–23–6
60LFebruary 26, 19753–4 @ Montreal Canadiens (1974–75) 30–24–6
61LFebruary 27, 19751–3 @ Philadelphia Flyers (1974–75) 30–25–6
62LMarch 1, 19753–7 @ Pittsburgh Penguins (1974–75) 30–26–6
63WMarch 2, 19757–3 @ Washington Capitals (1974–75) 31–26–6
64LMarch 4, 19754–6 @ Minnesota North Stars (1974–75) 31–27–6
65LMarch 5, 19752–5 @ St. Louis Blues (1974–75) 31–28–6
66WMarch 7, 19752–1 Chicago Black Hawks (1974–75) 32–28–6
67LMarch 8, 19755–7 New York Islanders (1974–75) 32–29–6
68TMarch 11, 19753–3 Kansas City Scouts (1974–75) 32–29–7
69WMarch 14, 19755–1 Buffalo Sabres (1974–75) 33–29–7
70WMarch 16, 19754–3 @ Chicago Black Hawks (1974–75) 34–29–7
71TMarch 18, 19754–4 @ New York Islanders (1974–75) 34–29–8
72LMarch 19, 19750–3 @ New York Rangers (1974–75) 34–30–8
73LMarch 21, 19754–12 @ Atlanta Flames (1974–75) 34–31–8
74TMarch 23, 19753–3 St. Louis Blues (1974–75) 34–31–9
75LMarch 25, 19753–5 Philadelphia Flyers (1974–75) 34–32–9
76WMarch 28, 19754–2 Los Angeles Kings (1974–75) 35–32–9
77TMarch 29, 19753–3 @ Los Angeles Kings (1974–75) 35–32–10
78WApril 1, 19757–0 California Golden Seals (1974–75) 36–32–10
79WApril 2, 19753–0 @ California Golden Seals (1974–75) 37–32–10
80WApril 4, 19754–1 Minnesota North Stars (1974–75) 38–32–10

Awards and recordsEdit

Trophies and awardsEdit

Draft picksEdit

Vancouver's picks at the 1974 NHL Amateur Draft. The draft was held at the NHL Office in Montreal, Quebec.

Round # Player Nationality College/junior/club team (league)
2 23 Ron Sedlbauer (LW) Flag of Canada.svg Canada Kitchener Rangers (OHA)
3 41 John Hughes (D) Flag of Canada.svg Canada Toronto Marlboros (OHA)
4 59 Harold Snepsts (D) Flag of Canada.svg Canada Edmonton Oil Kings (WCHL)
5 77 Mike Rogers (C) Flag of Canada.svg Canada Calgary Centennials (WCHL)
6 95 Andy Spruce Flag of Canada.svg Canada London Knights (OHA)
7 113 Jim Clarke (D) Flag of Canada.svg Canada Toronto Marlboros (OHA)
8 130 Robbie Watt (F) Flag of Canada.svg Canada Flin Flon Bombers (WCHL)
9 147 Marc Gaudreault (G) Flag of Canada.svg Canada Lake Superior State University (NCAA)

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